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  • 2017 Annual Spotter Report from Metro Skywarn
    [image: 2017 Annual Spotter Report]Happy Spring (almost)! It's hard to tell we're still in February with the current State of the Weather. Every February, Metro Skywarn posts an annual newsletter. We've officially named it the Annual Spotter Report this year. It reviews the 2016 weather season,
  • 2017 Class Schedule
    Hi everyone - We hope you have enjoyed this past warm winter! It's time to start thinking about Skywarn classes! Our first class kicks off in Stillwater in just 3 weeks! Classes run through May 17, so don't delay attending as those last few classes get very full. Last year, we had people
  • Join Us for the January Spotter Social Event
    Metro Skywarn January Spotter Social [image: Metro Skywarn] January 21, 2017 Metro Skywarn is inviting MSW Spotters, NWS Skywatchers, and all members of the community interested in weather and spotting, to the annual Spotter Social Event. This year, we will be hearing from Kenny Blumenfeld,
  • Hydrologic Outlook issued February 19 at 12:13PM CST by NWS
    ...SNOW MELT CONTRIBUTING TO RIVER LEVEL RISES ACROSS THE SOUTHERN RED RIVER VALLEY... The recent string of above average temperatures has resulted in most of the snow cover disappearing over much of the southern half of the Red River Valley. Due to this decrease in snow cover, some locations across the Red River Valley are beginning to depict a

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